Of course, finding new ways to generate and store power is no easy task, and has proven a tough nut to crack. Especially since every manufacturer on the planet seems obsessed with ever thinner devices. So, for better or worse, you get what you get when you swipe your credit card and get your smartphone home. As has always been the case, however, the hardware powering your device is only one part of the equation. The other is the software.
In Apple's iOS ecosystem, you can usually rest easy that app developers will provide timely updates to their creations, as iPhone, iPad, and iPod users spend a ton of money and time watching ads within them. This incentive, however, doesn't preclude apps from acting out, and draining your battery when you least expect them to. This, precisely, is probably why Apple integrated a much better battery management suite with iOS 9, which now allows you to easily identify what's killing your battery whilst you sleep. Here's how: